In 1999 JBC expanded its business model in the United States, the world’s largest economy. The International Monetary Fund expects the US to be the fastest growing advanced economy over the next few years, outpacing many other western countries. This represents an exceptional opportunity that JBC must not miss.
Who do we need to build up JBC’s market share in the country? Only someone with many years of experience under his belt. Our company is committed to taking on talented and productive staff, which is why JBC hire David Reyes as Sales Manager in the US.
Want to know more about him? Read on!
In 2015 JBC expanded its business model in China, the world’s second largest economy and the biggest trading partner for most Asian economies. It is a huge and expanding market for JBC tools and services.
Who could lead such an ambitious project? Only someone who is totally dedicated. Our company is committed to taking on talented and productive staff. That is why JBC’s current China Sales Manager, Billy Shen, joined the company. We made him an offer he couldn’t refuse and… he accepted!
Do you want to know more about him? Read on!
If you are experienced in hand soldering, you will know that the tip is the most essential part of the tool. While the soldering iron holds and heats the tip and controls performance, the tip has the most important job of transferring heat efficiently and reliably to the solder joint. Inadequate or improper tip maintenance and use are principle causes of soldering problems.
As soldering poses a few different dangers, we have prepared this safety checklist to ensure operator awareness of the hazards and good practices when working. To stay as safe as possible, read on!
Safety before working
- Workbench: Keep your bench clean and tidy.
- Workplace: Work in a well-ventilated area and use a fume extractor.
- Clothing: Always wear safety glasses and heat resistant gloves.
- Equipment: Keep your equipment away from flammable products.
Early soldering irons were very basic and were not very good for electronics soldering. There was no heat control and every time you placed the tip on a joint, the tip would cool down. Today’s stations have overcome these problems. But if you want to solder the right way, without getting frustrated the iron, and get professional results, read on.
Almost all stations have a menu with some parameters adjusted to maximize equipment performance and correctly manage the soldering process. Which parameters should be modified?